Photography for People who are not Photographers Premium class

Tom Clarke, Product designer and photographer

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6 Videos (40m)
    • Introduction

      3:06
    • Lesson 2 Foundations

      6:28
    • Lesson 3 Propose

      5:53
    • Lesson 4 Compose

      11:21
    • Lesson 5 Expose

      4:34
    • Lesson 6 Transpose

      8:59

About This Class

This course presents a 4-step ‘process’ focused on key foundation skills needed to create great photos.

This course is for those…

    … who don’t want to become professional photographers, but want to take better photos,

    … who may be intimidated by the technical aspects of photography, but want to take better photos,

    … who just want to take better photos, regardless of the camera used.

You’ll…

    …practice a four-step process for taking better photos, including…

          Propose…finding photo opportunities

          Compose…composing photos

          Expose…using camera controls

          Transpose…enhancing existing photos

    …produce a 6-photo Portfolio demonstrating what you learned and that you’ll proudly share. 

4 of 5 students recommendSee All

Very thourough explanation of the basics of good photo-composition. Very easy to understand without a lot of extra comments or information, and with lots of great examples to illustrate the points made. All in all, very accessible and systematic.

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Tom Clarke

Product designer and photographer

Living in New Jersey, Tom is a product designer, elearning developer, facilitator, boat builder,
rower... and a photographer. Having taken thousands of photo since he was 10 years old, coupled with his skill and desire to systemize the complex, he developed the four-step process
presented in the course, "Photography for People who are Not Photographers" which focuses on the foundation skills necessary to take even better photos.